Lyrics:CATENAS MEAS AMISI

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CATENAS MEAS AMISI
By: John Linnell
Year: 2021
Latin:

Stellae in cursibus
Vermēs perfodiunt
Fluxus sempiternus Tiberis
Nuntiī bonī et malī
Ignis exstinguitur
Nūbēs quī influunt effluunt-que
Nulla capita vertuntur
Nullus nūntius fit

Sed hōc mane
Catēnās meās amīsī (Hōc mane)
Catēnās meās amīsī (Hōc mane)

Līberī exclamant
Ursus saltat
Exercitūs victoriōsī laudantur
Amātōrēs duo complectuntur
Volātus anserum dēsursum
Tuba inūtilis manet
Nōn sonāta

Fīniō
Catēnās meās amīsī (Fīniō)
Catēnās meās amīsī (Fīniō)

Urbs manet, distrācta
Nunc sempiternē dormiō
Catēnās meās amīsī (Hōc mane)
Catēnās meās amīsī (Hōc mane)
Catēnās meās amīsī (Fīniō)
Catēnās meās amīsī (Fīniō)
English translation:

Stars in their courses
Burrowing worms 
The unrelenting flow of the Tiber
Good and bad news
A fire is doused
Clouds that drift in and out
No heads are turned
No announcement is made

But this morning
I lost my chains (This morning)
I lost my chains (This morning)

Children are yelling
A bear dances
Victorious armies are praised
Two lovers embrace
A flight of geese overhead
The trumpet sits idle
Untrumpeted

I am finished
I lost my chains (I am finished)
I lost my chains (I am finished)

The city continues, distracted
Now I sleep forever
I lost my chains (This morning)
I lost my chains (This morning)
I lost my chains (I am finished)
I lost my chains (I am finished)